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Such beautiful images. Again and again, the contrast of the old and the new.
I agree, those are really fantastic pictures!
I agree too. Perhaps you could discuss your post-processing, if any. I wonder why I'm fixated on the hats?
Very good photos. Israel is suck a fascinating place. One of our radio club members has been there several times and the photos and stories he brings back are always wonderful.Glad you are enjoying your trip.
love your photos :)were you able to capture their structures?old buildings?Cebu Resorts and Hotels
Wonderful set of images! Really a beautiful job.!
Many thanks to all for taking time to leave comments. @Dana, true everywhere I went.@Miguel, gracias, muy amable!@Peter, all I did was lower color saturation. Simple, really.@Jenny, not much. I wasn't going for the usual touristy pics.@Luis, much appreciated, especially from a pro like yourself.
Nice to see an Israel that contrasts with news reports.
Well done. I very much enjoyed this. Something about that last picture is really visually interesting to me.
Still can't think of Israel without crying. Have you read Richard North Patterson's EXILE? It's fiction but quite enlightening
Great pics Ton. Thanks for sharing your trip.
@Brent, humanity in deep focus.@Duffy, thanks, there was great energy around the western wall when I took the photo.@Ree, hey, welcome here! I'll have to get a copy of "Exile."@Rob, thank you.
awesome series!! so great to see all this....p.s. welcome home :))
They are wonderful shots. Thanks your nice report.
@b.c., thanks for the affirmation and for the welcome!@yas, appreciate your comment.
Great to see these fascinating images.
@Rae, many thanks
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